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Deep State jails Dr Gold with violent felons; moves Ghislaine Maxwell to ‘Club Fed’

Child sex trafficker to enjoy flag football, Pilates, talent shows; peaceful ‘trespasser’ gets hard prison for misdemeanor

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Deep State jails Dr Gold with violent felons; moves Ghislaine Maxwell to ‘Club Fed’

How Deep State actors in every branch of government act in concert to quell dissent

Anyone looking for a good way to explain how the “deep state” works can find it here, in the juxtaposition of jail conditions for a sex trafficker and someone who walked through open doors and stayed inside the velvet ropes of the Capitol for a grand total of 25 minutes before making her way out through the crowd.

White-collar?

Jokingly referred to as "white-collar, minimum-security resorts," prisons like the Tallahassee Federal Correctional Institution seem to fit the bill, with inmates spending their days playing intramural flag football, softball and volleyball, taking yoga and Pilates classes, playing musical instruments, participating in hobby craft programs such as: painting, leather, art and ceramics and receiving academic training in business management and apprenticeships in woodwork and cooking, not to mention talent shows and movie nights. All in a calm atmosphere free of the fear prevalent at high-security prisons filled with violent inmates.

Federal Detention Center Miami

This prison’s newest resident, Ghislaine Maxwell, appears to be an aberration, though, boasting a conviction that is in no way “white collar.” Before her transfer to this cushy facility, she was found guilty of  recruiting,grooming and procuring multiple teen girls to be sexually abused over a decade both by her and by late financier and pedophile, Jeffrey Epstein.

A tale of two jails

Contrast the incarceration conditions of child trafficker Maxwell with that of America’s Frontline Doctors founder, Simone Gold, MD. Dr. Gold was incarcerated yesterday (July 26) at the Federal Detention Center of Miami, a prison that includes high security risk, violent offenders. In place of in-person academic courses, paid correspondence courses are permitted. In place of cooking and woodwork, prisoners are trained to be janitors and food handlers. No talent shows, softball or apprenticeships. And no calm atmosphere. Roving patrols, and restricted movement reflect the security risks from the prisoners while the conviction, not long ago, of a prison guard at the Miami facility, for the rape of a female detainee, illustrates how women must be on guard against fellow inmates and staff members alike. And all visiting has been suspended “until further notice.”

Dr. Gold, a female, middle-aged doctor and lawyer has all the qualifications listed by the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) for minimum security designation: no previous record of aggressive behavior in her life, let alone criminal activity, a relatively short incarceration of 58 days, who voluntarily surrendered for her confinement, and is incarcerated for the lowest level of offense (misdemeanor trespass) with no victims. Maxwell, with a 20 year sentence on a high-level sex trafficking offense with multiple minor victims, and an automatically high security risk rating according to BOP rules, clearly appears to be a case of preferential treatment of a member of the “elite”. 

How could the BOP rules be turned upside down to place Dr. Gold with high security inmates? The BOP simply did not assign her to a prison for a specific risk level. Had they done so, she would have been at a minimum security “camp”. Instead, BOP officials placed Dr. Gold in a so-called “administrative facility,” the type of federal prison which holds inmates in all security categories together. A high security prisoner may even be placed in the same cell as a minimum security detainee. 

Cruel and unusual 

This appears to fly in the face of congressional intent in laws on the books since 1948 calling for the “segregation of Federal prisoners according to the nature of the offenses committed” and mandating that, 

A sentence for an offense punishable by imprisonment for one year or less shall not be served in a penitentiary without the consent of the defendant.

The BOP “broadens that prohibition to include any High security institution.” Thus, the BOP itself has a policy keeping those serving time for misdemeanors separate from high security felons, and for good reason. The Eighth Amendment prohibits the infliction of “cruel and unusual punishments”. Congress certainly believed it unusual to place misdemeanants with violent felons. Even overcrowding and long sentences have been found to violate the cruel and unusual punishment clause.

What BOP bureaucrat would want to go against their own employer’s guidelines, potentially violate the constitution and wreak havoc on someone’s life? 

Deep State

People with a decidedly anti-freedom and anti-America First political bent have gravitated in huge numbers to jobs within the federal bureaucracy. There they earn almost twice the income of American workers in the private sector, whose tax dollars fund their positions. The overwhelming majority of the agencies in which they work have no formal procedure for addressing “chronically poorly performing workers”. The Government Accountability Office (GAO) found it “often takes from six months to over a year to fire an employee.” Millions of federal employees were never elected and 99.8% of them will never be fired.

Damage

How hard is it to get into the other 0.2 percent? Congressman Kerry Bentivolio (R-MI) tried to find out, quizzing the head of the EPA about why it had not yet fired an employee who had been confined to a nursing home for over two years, another who “worked from home” but had not contacted her office in five years, one who ran a business out of her EPA office, and one who created a sexually harassing office environment by viewing 7,000 pornographic files on his office computer, two to six hours a day for five years. Almost a year later, the porn addict was still receiving his salary.

Danger

If the failures of federal bureaucrats were limited to bad character and fraud it would be bad enough, particularly for the middle class workers whose taxes support them. Unfortunately, those in policy making positions, like FDA and CDC officials, may do more damage, endangering the health of our nation, to please their potential future bosses in the government’s revolving door, where companies often hire agency staffers who had a hand in promoting their drugs.

Revenge

The next level up in government corruption is to not just take our money and deceive us, but to avenge anyone who would expose those lower levels of malfeasance. 

Deep State in Congress

Since those exposing corruption tend to not be corrupt, they are normally shielded from prosecutorial overreach, that is, unless the legislative branch overlegislates criminality. As philosopher Ayn Rand noted after her escape from near starvation in the Soviet Union, 

The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren't enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws.

Despite Rand’s warnings, deep state legislative aids, and their elected bosses in Congress, created so many thousands of criminal offenses that constitutional scholar Alan M. Dershowitz wrote the forward for a book entitled, “Three Felonies A Day: How the Feds Target the Innocent”.

Deep State in the FBI

Once the labyrinth of impossible-to-learn laws are on the books, the federal police (FBI) need to do their part if law enforcement is to be politicized. And that they did, assigning a huge percentage of their staff to tracking down peaceful January 6th protestors and breaking down their doors, even as many child predators cross state borders with impunity, then returning to their previous state of disinterest in arresting protestors when the protestor’s politics match theirs. 

Deep State in the DOJ

Once the FBI conducts politically motivated investigations and arrests, the DOJ has to be willing to go along with it and prosecute the victims of police overreach. Deep state actors in the DOJ appear to have done just that, zealously. Federal prosecutors improperly overcharged Jan 6 defendants to get them to falsely confess to ‘knowingly’ trespassing and coerced them to waive their right to appeal, while they dropped all charges against the trespassing staff of Stephen Colbert.

Deep State on the Bench

Selective prosecution by the DOJ could, of course, be blocked by politically neutral judges, but, again, deep state actors, this time judges with lifetime appointments, could not be relied upon to stop corruption. The judge assigned to Dr. Gold’s case  ignored his own grave conflicts of interest while openly attacking Dr. Gold’s stance on freedom and openly applauding anti-free speech socialists who disrupted SCOTUS.

Deep State in the Executive Branch

The final safeguard likewise provided no protection against corruption. Deep state aides to the chief executive will not recommend a pardon for Dr. Gold even as deep state operatives in the BOP assign her to cruel and unusual conditions.

Weaponized Prosecution

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